Graham Robson possesses a worldwide reputation as a motoring historian, and has been close to the sport of rallying for many years, as a competitor, team manager, organizer, reporter, commentator and observer; in more than forty years he has never lost touch with the sport. Not only has Graham competed in many British and European events, he's also reported on marathons in South America, and acted as a traveling controller in the legendary London-Mexico World Cup Rally. As a recognized authority on many aspects of classic cars and motoring of that period, he is the most prolific of all authors, with more than 130 published books to his credit. Over the years Graham has owned, driven, described and competed in many of the cars featured in the Rally Giants Series, and his insight to their merits is unmatched. Graham Robson lives and works in England.
Richard Langworth (CBE) has been an automotive writer since 1969, when he sent a freelance article to Automobile Quarterly, on the strength of which he joined AQ as associate and later senior editor. In 1975 he left, and has since written or co-authored more than fifty books and 2000 articles on automotive history. Richard is a graduate of Wagner College and a veteran of the US Coast Guard. He and his wife Barbara have owned ten Triumphs from a 1938 Dolomite to an assortment of Mayflowers, Renowns and TRs. In 1975, he and several friends founded the Vintage Triumph Register, thinking the time had come for a club devoted to every model motorcar Triumph ever built. Langworth’s other interest is Winston Churchill. In 1968 he founded what became The International Churchill Society, serving as president or chairman for ten years and editor of its journal, Finest Hour, for 35 years. In 2014 he joined Hillsdale College as senior fellow for The Churchill Project. The project sponsors educational programs and online courses, and is completing Churchill’s official biography, now 28 volumes, with three left to go. Richard has written or edited nine books on Churchill. The newest, in 2017, was Winston Churchill, Myth and Reality: What He Actually Did and Said. In 2016 he melded his two interests in an article on Churchill’s cars for The Automobile. Richard has hosted 18 automotive or Churchill tours of England, Scotland, France and Australia, including the 1978 Triumph tour of Britain. In 1998, he was appointed a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by Her Majesty The Queen “for services to Anglo-American understanding and the memory of Sir Winston Churchill.”